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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Carnesecca Arena
Carnesecca Arena (formerly Alumni Hall) is a 5,602-seat multi-purpose arena in Queens County, New York, USA. It was built in 1961 and renamed in honor of Hall of Fame Coach Lou Carnesecca on November 23, 2004. It is the exclusive home to the St. John's University Red Storm women's basketball team, and also hosts the men's team, mainly for games that are not expected to draw a crowd sufficient to fill Madison Square Garden. In practice, the men play virtually all their Big East home games at MSG and their non-conference home games here. The building hosted first round games of the NCAA men's basketball tournament from 1970 to 1974. As such, it is the last place in New York City that the tournament was held, since MSG is the home of the NIT finals and the Big East Conference Championship. - Source: Wikipedia
Big-time college basketball is coming to Annapolis. Navy will host a new four-team event to open the college basketball season, with Michigan State, Tennessee and VCU set to join the Midshipmen in a doubleheader at Alumni Hall.
Sir'Dominic Pointer had the crowd at Carnesecca Arena groaning with 4.3 seconds to play Thursday night. By the time the final buzzer sounded, the junior swingman had made those fans happy after seeing a tough losing streak come to an end.